time to reboot talent management

Time to reboot the way you identify and develop ‘talent’ 

IbyIMD+16 hours ago • by Misiek Piskorski, Tania Lennon in Human Resources • 9 min read • Audio availableAudio available

Job roles and careers have changed dramatically and are continuously evolving, leaving many talent management practices in the dust. Here are three new rules to upgrade your talent strategy ...

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What is AI and what is it to you?

IbyIMD+16 hours ago • by Öykü Işık in Videos

Author and business founder Cindy Candrian’s new book AI & You: A Guide to Understanding How Artificial Intelligence Is Shaping Our Lives is a deep dive into the history and impact of...

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